Climate change and other environmental threats require urgent government action.

There is growing understanding and high-level endorsement of the importance of strong collaborative multisectoral approaches to address a broad range of social, economic and governance issues for the prevention and control of noncommunicable disease (NCDs) and mental health conditions.

Food systems are major contributors, but also critically vulnerable, to the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution.

Like many countries, Indonesia is grappling with the need to reduce deforestation and protect the environment, while promoting energy transition and economic development, in response to global demand for more commodities, climate change mitigation and greener economies.

The mitigation potential of states and regions is extremely big: The sum of all regions in the world almost add up to the global level, which makes regions fundamental for reaching net-zero globally.

This publication is a resource for policy makers and business leaders in Asia trying to mitigate contributions to climate change and its adverse impact on human rights. The report provides an overview of the climate-related issues facing the region, and the tensions between economic growth and sustainability goals.

To accelerate the achievement of SDG 6 targets as part of the SDG 6 Global Acceleration Framework, UN-Water is developing SDG 6 Country Acceleration Case Studies to explore countries’ pathways to achieving accelerated progress on SDG 6 at the national level.

The volume is a collection of essays and cases on water federalism. The contributors are a well-known group of academics, practitioners, and civil society actors.

The goal of this study is to assess the potential of game-based experiential learning in raising awareness and stimulating discussions about groundwater resource systems, the social dilemma in groundwater management, and the need for institutional arrangements (rules) governing this shared resource, as well as whether such awareness and communit

There needs to be a major shift in global governance to better tackle such current and looming challenges as the climate crisis and rising security threats, according to this new UN report .